Geometry and Topology
by Christopher Cooper
Publisher: Macquarie University 2008
The geometry part of this course includes an introductory course on projective geometry (using the linear algebra approach rather than the axiomatic one) and some chapters on symmetry. The topology part of this course consists of geometric and combinatorial topology and includes material on the classification of surfaces, embedding graphs on surfaces, map colouring and knot theory.
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